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How To Qualify for
Michigan Medical Marijuana Card

WITH THE PASSAGE OF THE MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIJUANA ACT, MEDICAL MARIJUANA IS NOW LEGAL IN MICHIGAN. THIS MEANS THAT PATIENTS WITH CONDITIONS SUCH AS CHRONIC PAIN HAVE ACCESS TO A LESS ADDICTIVE AND NATURAL ALTERNATIVE. NOW I’M SURE YOU ARE THINKING, AM I ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA? HOW DO I GET APPROVED FOR MY MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? WE CAN HELP, DON’T WORRY. IN ACCORDANCE WITH MICHIGAN LAW, THERE ARE 24 QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA.

Michigan Medical Marijuana Program

The Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP) is a state registry program with the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency. This program implements the statutory principles of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act in such a way as to protect the public and ensure the confidentiality of its participants.

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Do I Qualify For A Michigan Medical Marijuana Card?

The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act provides Michigan patients diagnosed with serious, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions with the opportunity to access medical marijuana legally if granted a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card.

The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act defines a “qualified patient” as a person who has been diagnosed by a doctor as having a debilitating medical condition. Under the “Michigan Medical Marijuana Act” the state has approved the use of medical marijuana for a variety of conditions such as:

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Do I Qualify For A Michigan
Medical Marijuana Card?

The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act provides Michigan patients diagnosed with serious, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions with the opportunity to access medical marijuana legally if granted a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card.

The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act defines a “qualified patient” as a person who has been diagnosed by a doctor as having a debilitating medical condition. Under the “Michigan Medical Marijuana Act” the state has approved the use of medical marijuana for a variety of conditions such as:

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Telemedicine appointments are easy, so don’t worry if you aren’t too good with technology. Anyone can do it! Simply book an appointment online, fill out your digital intake forms; once the doctor verifies your forms are complete, now it is time for your appointment! You will receive a link to your virtual appointment. All you need to do is click the link, the link can be accessed using a smartphone, computer, or tablet, and you’ll be connected to a doctor. If approved by the doctor you can access your medical marijuana card via email download instantly. It’s that easy!

After 12 years you can finally get your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card from the comfort of your home. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity! We are here to make the medical approval process smooth and painless.

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You can get approved for medical marijuana treatment from the comfort and safety of your own home! Meet with an Ohio marijuana doctor through telemedicine, and get approved today. The process is quick and easy. Our telemedicine platform allows you to meet with the doctor on your smartphone, computer, or tablet. We provide same-day registration for telemedicine appointments, so you can access dispensaries right away.

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What Is the Process To Be Approved
for an Michigan Medical Marijuana Card?

If you live with a qualifying condition or think you have one of the conditions listed above, you will need to make an appointment with a certified medical marijuana doctor to obtain your Michigan medical marijuana card. At the appointment, you and the doctor will discuss your medical condition (s) and your treatment history. It is very important that you obtain medical records prior to your visit that support your qualifying condition. Not sure which documents to use or how to get them? Check out our guide to obtaining medical records or give us a call and we will help walk you through the process.

Assuming the doctor is able to confirm your qualifying condition, you will then be registered with the Michigan State Board of Pharmacy and the doctor will enter your recommendation after your appointment. You will receive an email from a “no-reply” email address where you submit the $ 50 registration fee to the Pharmacy Board. After your submission, you will create an account in the Patient Registry and be able to download your official Michigan Medical Marijuana Card!

What Is an Michigan Medical Marijuana Card?

An Michigan Medical Marijuana Card is simply a patient ID card issued by the State Board of Pharmacy once you are registered as a patient for medical marijuana in Michigan. With your card in hand, you’ll enjoy all of the legal rights and benefits afforded to patients under the state’s medical marijuana laws. The Michigan Medical Marijuana Card provides you with the following benefits:

Michigan Marijuana Dispensary Access

With your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card in hand, you’ll be able to access all 57 statewide marijuana dispensaries and purchase medical marijuana. These state-licensed marijuana dispensaries will carry many forms of medical marijuana in varying strengths and potencies. You will be able to purchase products such as tinctures, oils, creams, dried flowers and plant material for vaporizers and edibles.

Legal Protection With Your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card

With your Michigan Marijuana Card, you can easily prove to law enforcement agencies that you are registered with the Medical Marijuana Control Program in Marijuana and can own, transport and consume medical marijuana products.

Access To Other State Medical Marijuana Programs (Reciprocity)

In the near future, you might be able to use your Michigan medical marijuana card in other states that have their own medical marijuana programs. This will depend on the Board of Pharmacy’s ability to establish reciprocity agreements with other states. In that case, out-of-state dispensaries would accept Michigan patients, and Michigan dispensaries would accept out-of-state patients. There should be more news about whether an agreement like this is put in place soon. We, at My Marijuana Card will keep you posted!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Patients must be of 18 years or older to obtain a medical marijuana card. Applicants under 18 years of age must provide two doctors’ statements and their parent or guardian must provide proof of identity, residency, and parentage or legal guardianship (such as a birth certificate or court order.

No, not all Michigan dispensaries are permitted to sale recreational/ adult use marijuana to those 21 and older but all of them accept medical marijuana card holders.  Michigan Marijuana Cards holders do not have to pay the 10% excise tax that recreational patients do. Save tons of money my getting your MJ card today!

Medical Marijuana card holders are legally allowed to possess up to 12 plants.

Michigan Medical Marijuana Cards are good for 2 years.

The earliest you can apply for renewal is 60 days prior to the expiration of your medical marijuana card. The latest is 10 days before it expires.

2.5 ounces per patient of usable marijuana.

A patient must submit a request for a replacement card to the state of Michigan Medical Marijuana Program and at no cost, they will replace your medical marijuana card.

A caregiver must be at least 21 years old and designated by a patient on their application form as their caregiver and fill out the caregiver portion of the application. A caregiver can provide care for up to 5 patients.

You can purchase Medical Marijuana from provisioning centers licensed by the state of Michigan.